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Click here to enlarge.   Grant HANESSIAN IAI Member   
Hanessian ADR, LLC
Tel: +1.347.267.7795 (Cell)

Languages   English (native); Spanish (working knowledge); French (knowledge)
Nationality   USA
Bar Admission   New York - 1986
Education   Columbia University (LLM - 1985); New York University (JD - 1980); University of Pennsylvania (BA - 1975)
as Arbitrator  
Chair, Sole arbitrator or member of the tribunal in numerous international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc (including UNCITRAL) and under the Rules of the ICC, AAA, ICDR and SIAC); Member, ICSID Panel of Arbitrators (appointed by Armenia)
as Counsel  
Numerous international arbitrations, ad hoc and under the Rules of ICSID, ICC, ICDR, AAA, LCIA, SCC, SIAC, HKIAC, CAM-CCBC, Corte de Arbitraje de Madrid (now El Centro Internacional de Arbitraje de Madrid (CIAM)) and JAMS (construction / engineering, energy, mining, investment, financial services, insurance, mergers and acquisitions, pharma, life sciences, intellectual property and other); proceedings before the Iran-US Claims Tribunal and the UN Compensation Commission
Relating to  
Numerous publications on international arbitration, including:

• Gulf War Claims Reporter (ILI/Kluwer, 1998) (with A. Rovine)

• Editor, ICDR Awards and Commentaries (Juris Publishing, Vol. I, 2012; Vol II forthcoming)

• Co-editor, International Arbitration Checklists (Juris Publishing, 3rd ed. 2016) (with L. Newman)

• Co-editor, Baker McKenzie's International Arbitration Yearbook (annually 2006-2019)

• "Initial Hearing," in GAR Guide to Advocacy (S. Jagusch, P. Pinsolle eds., 4th ed. 2019)

• "Rule 42 Default Procedure," in The ICSID Convention, Rules and Regulations: A Commentary 1199 (J. Fouret, R. Gerbay, G.M. Alvarez eds., with D. Parchajev, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019)

• "Appellate Division Confirms the Limited Scope of Manifest Disregards Doctrine," NYLJ, 11 Oct. 2018 (with D. Soller)

• "The Final 2015 Indian Model BIT: Is This the Change the World Wishes to See?," 32(1) ICSID Rev. 216 (2017) (with K. Duggal)

• "Songs of Innocence and Experience: Ten Years of Emergency Arbitration," 27(2) Am. Rev. Int’l Arb. 215 (2016) (with E.A. Dosman)

• "Legal Standards Applicable to Deciding Applications for Interim Relief," in Defining Issues in International Arbitration – Celebrating 100 Years of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators 158 (J.C. Betancourt ed., Oxford University Press, 2016)

• "Emergency Arbitrators," in The Leading Arbitrators' Guide to International Arbitration 343 (L. Newman and R. Hill eds., Juris Publishing, 3rd ed. 2014)

• "BRICs, Not CRIBs: The 'Rebalancing' of International Arbitration," in Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation: The Fordham Papers 2011, at 243 (A.W. Rovine ed., Martinus Nijhoff, 2012)

• "'Gross Error of Law' and 'Manifest Disregard of Law' as grounds to overturn arbitration awards in the United States," 2005 Stockholm Int’l Arb. Rev. 1, reprinted in International Arbitration Court Decisions (S. Jarvin and A. Magnusson eds., Juris, 2d ed. 2008)

• "When Worlds Collide: Intellectual Property and Arbitration Rights in Bankruptcy Cases," 59(3) Disp. Res. J. 26 (Aug.–Oct. 2004) (with J. Samet and M. Stoker)

• "Toward a Foreseeability Approach to Causation Questions at the United Nations Compensation Commission," in The United Nations Compensation Commission, Thirteenth Sokol Colloquium 235 (R. Lillich ed., Brill, 1995) (with A. Rovine)

• "'General Principles of Law' in the Iran–United States Claims Tribunal," 27 Columbia J. Transn’l L. 309 (1989)

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